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Slinging tuneage like some fried or otherwise soused short-order cook

24 December 2011

It's Yule, ya Yob

The Yobs were the alter-egos of The Boys.

Following the release of Alternative Chartbusters, The Boys had a falling out with NEMS, their record company. So they bootlegged themselves as The Yobs for their Christmas 1978 offering of "Silent Night" b/w "Stille Nacht".


After signing with Safari in 1979 "Little Drummer Boy" was given The Yobs treatment & appeared as "Rub A Dum Dum" in time for Christmas.

After Baron von Bratboy left the band, the Yobs released "The Yobs Christmas Album" in 1980, adopting the names of H. J. Bedwetter, Noddy Oldfield, Ebenezer Polak & Kid Vicious. In true Yobs style the album was written, recorded & mixed in two days at Pete Townsend’s Eel Pie Studios.

The Yobs - The Yobs Cristmas Album, Safari Records Rude 1, 1980.

Side A:
Rub-a-Dum-Dum
The Ballad of the Warrington
Another Christmas
Doggy
Jingle Bells
Auld Lang Syne

Side B:
Silent Night
Silver Bells
C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S
Gloria
12 Days of Christmas
White Christmas
Wish You a Merry Christmas
May the Good Lord Bless & Keep You

Enjoy,